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POST-MASTER'S FELLOWSHIPS FOR ACSW, AMFT & APCC

AT KAISER PERMANENTE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Kaiser Permanente offers Post-Master's Fellowships in Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy and (beginning in 2018) Professional Clinical Counseling, at a number of medical centers in Northern California.  Our programs are organized into consortiums, as listed below.  All fellows must be Registered Associates with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences before they can begin training.

The following training programs are organized into multi-site consortiums:

East Bay Post-Master's Consortium

  • Oakland
  • Richmond

Sacramento Valley Post-Master's Consortium

  • Roseville
  • South Sacramento

West Bay Post-Master's Consortium

  • San Francisco Addiction Medicine and Recovery Services
  • San Francisco Psychiatry (On Hiatus for 2019-2020)
  • South San Francisco (Daly City)


In addition, we have programs in these locations:



Pay Rate for Post-Master's Fellows

Currently (Spring, 2018) the pay rate for the Post-Master's fellows is $19.47/hour.  All positions are 40 hours/week.  Fellows also receive paid holidays and Paid Time Off (PTO), medical insurance and other benefits. More information is available on our Salary and Benefits web page.

General Principles

In practice, the post-Master's degree registered associate is expected to conduct evaluations and treatment to meet the mental health needs of a diverse population of patients who are members of a health maintenance organization, with guidance and supervision from a primary supervisor and secondary supervisors. Most fellows have contact with more than 100 outpatients over the training year and have experience co-leading or leading groups and psycho-educational classes. Fellows also provide psycho-education and mental health consultation to parents, school staff and other community organizations that provide services to children, adolescents and parents.

 

Post-Master's Program Locations

Each program is unique. Please visit individual program web pages for more information, using the links located at the top of this page.

 

How to Apply